The EnGo 260 is designed for durability to withstand on-the-go daily use
The 5G-ready EnGo 260 is the latest version of Dejero’s EnGo mobile transmitter and weighs 30% less than its predecessor. Featuring Smart Blending and Hybrid Encoding technologies, the EnGo 260 also features a screen that is 85% larger, a three-hour internal rechargeable battery and global modems for international travel. Built with aircraft aluminium construction and polycarbonate ABS bumpers, the EnGo 260 is designed for durability to withstand on-the-go daily use by news, sports and live production crews.
Dejero has also unveiled a smaller form factor CuePoint server for use in field environments where it can be easily racked into mobile carts or vehicles. The server simplifies talent cueing, production and confidence monitoring, and real-time teleprompting in the field. CuePoint servers reportedly provides latency as low as 250ms and keeps teams at the broadcast facility and remote location synchronised by sending video and audio, alongside teleprompting feeds, to production teams in the field for the creation of live content. Up to eight return video and teleprompting feeds from the broadcast facility can be seen in the field on a tablet or dedicated monitor above or below the camera, or on multiple mobile devices by camera operators, field directors and technicians.
The WayPoint 204 receiver has become the first Dejero product to support SMPTE ST 2110 standards. It reconstructs video transported over multiple IP connections from Dejero transmitters, decodes HEVC or AVC, delivers four channels of balanced IFB and provides four outputs supporting SMPTE ST 2110.
The GateWay 200 series is said to provide fast, reliable and secure access to the internet, private networks and SaaS providers in mobile situations. Recently added features include increased reliability on any type of IP connection and faster file transfer methods. The GateWay series can also be used for backup connectivity as part of a disaster recovery plan, or other cases that solve first- and last-mile connectivity challenges for broadcasters and media organisations.
Lastly, Dejero has unveiled its IronRoute for Media solution that combines the link diversity, service quality and centralised management benefits of software-defined blended connectivity, with the flexibility and scalability benefits of a cloud-based workflow for global distribution over IP networks. IronRoute blends broadband and cellular (3G/4G/5G) alongside satellite connectivity from Intelsat’s global network. The cloud-based solution is also said to simplify the simultaneous distribution of live and file-based content to multiple locations anywhere in the world in point-to-point, point-to-multipoint and multipoint-to-multipoint scenarios.